Johanna Jones

Johanna JonesJohanna Jones is a singer/songwriter from Las Vegas Nevada. She was a contestant on the Farewell Season of American Idol, making it all the way to Hollywood Week before being eliminated after the group rounds. Unfortunately, before she was eliminated from the competition, Johanna did not receive much screen time but said that she was still hopeful about her career moving forward. She wrote in an Instagram post, “I had a wonderful experience and met so many amazing people. I’m so grateful for the opportunity I had to share the stage with such talent and to meet some of my personal idols. And thank you for everyone who was loving and supportive. You are all wonderful, and I love you!”

Johanna, a student at Brigham Young University, has been singing for many years. She was raised in a musical family where her mother was a professional vocal coach. She has sung in many venues and groups of all types from churches to jazz choirs to the national anthem at the National Hunter Jumper Horse Show in November 2015. Dubbed as the next Celine Dion, the 21-year-old was accepted into Brigham Young University’s exclusive Commercial Music Program in 2012 as a standout applicant. She is also a member of BYU Jazz Voices where she is featured in their “Valentine’s Medley.” Per her official website, “Her voice is best described as a blend between Katy Perry, Sara Bareilles, and Sam Smith.”

In 2016, Johanna teamed up with award-winning songwriter, producer, and film composer, Jordan Kamalu to make her debut EP, All the Way. The EP was released on 9 June 2017 through AWAL Distribution and is available for download from iTunes.

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